TORONTO—Ontario is consolidating its local and provincial health networks to create a central agency as part of a system overhaul, the health minister announced today, though she wouldn't say if the move will save money or lead to job losses.
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TORONTO—One of Ontario's highest-ranking police officers is threatening to sue Premier Doug Ford accusing him of defamation.
A police force in southwestern Ontario says it will start releasing the names of those charged with buying sex in a bid to curb human trafficking.
The announcement came at a meeting of the Police Services Board in London, Ont. following a presentation outlining why the city is considered a hub for the sexual exploitation of women.
TORONTO—Some workers in the provincial Child and Youth Advocate's office will lose their jobs when the Ontario Ombudsman assumes its duties this spring, the watchdog said Friday.
OTTAWA—Jagmeet Singh's political fate—and the fortunes of the New Democratic Party as a whole—are in the hands of voters today in a British Columbia riding.
The NDP leader is running for a seat in the House of Commons in Burnaby South, one of three federal ridings holding byelections today.
OTTAWA—Canadians could hear this week from Jody Wilson-Raybould about whether the former attorney general believes she faced inappropriate pressure from the prime minister's office to halt a criminal prosecution of Quebec-based engineering giant SNC-Lavalin.
The Canadian government is promising more than $10 million to build new homes, repair others, and put portables in place for a remote indigenous community in Northern Ontario where sub-standard, mould-infested housing has sparked a health crisis, according to a framework agreement signed Thursday.
TORONTO—The Ontario government says high demand and issues with online applications are causing delays of up to three and a half months in issuing birth, death and marriage certificates—a situation it is apologizing for.
Ontario has announced changes for new home warranties, including moving oversight for new home builders and vendors away from the corporation that provides the warranties.
Government and Consumer Services Minister Bill Walker said yesterday that establishing a separate regulator will address a conflict of interest in the current structure.
TORONTO—An arbitrator has awarded Ontario doctors a new contract in a ruling that puts no hard cap on the physician services budget, a decision that comes after a years-long fracture in doctors' relationship with the government.